Tagged: #recipes

08
Dec
2016
‘Tis the season to barbeque, but before you get the grill going check out the following tips to reduce bowel cancer risk and ensure everyone stays healthy this summer.
 
 
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11
Nov
2016
Rosemary has been a symbol of remembrance, loyalty and friendship since ancient times and brides once wore rosemary wreathes as a symbol of their love and fidelity, in the belief that the fragrant herb was a gift from Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty.

The aromatic herb is known to increase the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the head stimulating the mind, which is probably why rosemary became known as the herb of remembrance.
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31
Oct
2016
Not just for Halloween and pumpkin pie filling, this plump orange plant offers health benefits aplenty.
 
Loaded with vitamins and minerals, pumpkin is nutrient-dense, high in fibre and low in calories.
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26
Oct
2016
Australian researchers have discovered a method to increase the resistant starch content in cooked rice, making it more digestible.

The new form of rice has the ability to provide significant health benefits to more than half the world’s population and could potentially lead to lower rates of diabetes and obesity as well as disorders of the bowel, including cancer.
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02
Sep
2016
Spring Has Sprung!
 
For many Australians September can be like the “other January” – offering a second chance to re-instate or re-think those well intended, health-related New Year’s resolutions in the lead up to summer.
 
To help you achieve your personal nutrition and lifestyle goals, check out the Bowel Cancer Australia Nutrition + Lifestyle Challenge. The step-by-step online program is loaded with fitness tips, real-time tracking and support, which could provide the motivation you need to get your healthy living goals back on track.
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